Module 2 – Increasing ‘Triple Value’: improving outcomes and optimising resource use

Module 2 – Increasing ‘Triple Value’: improving outcomes and optimising resource use

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The learning objectives for this module are:

  • To analyse the reasons for the increasing need and demand for healthcare

  • To define the term ‘value’, and explore the evolution of its meaning in healthcare

  • To distinguish between ‘efficiency’ and ‘value’

  • To outline the concept of ‘Triple Value’

  • To define the terms ‘waste’, ‘stewardship’ and ‘resources’ and show their importance to the achievement of value

  • To highlight the importance of identifying unwarranted variation and the possible reasons for it

  • To describe the problems of ‘overuse’ and ‘underuse’ of healthcare interventions

  • To explore how personal value and allocative value can be increased

By the end of this module you will be able:

  • To identify the ways in which it is possible to mitigate the main factors increasing the need and demand for healthcare

  • To distinguish between the economic and the moral meanings of the word ‘value’

  • To explain how overuse, and the harm from overuse, is an inevitable consequence of increasing investment in healthcare

  • To communicate the three components of the concept of ‘Triple Value’

  • To describe resource allocation and distinguish between the different levels of decision that determine the value derived from resources

  • To outline the responsibility of clinicians and patient organisations in resource allocation

  • To identify the ways in which personal value can be optimised

  • To identify the ways in which allocative value can be optimised both between programmes and within programmes

 

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